'That Is a Glock 26 in My Judgment': 1st Circ. Says Judge Was Allowed to Draw on Personal Gun Knowledge During Probation Hearing
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit rejected a defendant’s claims that a judge in Massachusetts improperly relied on “personal observations about his own, private gun collection” during a probation violation hearing when determining that at least one weapon shown in a video was a real firearm.
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